How to talk about WEATHER in English – grammar, adjectives, verbs, nouns & idioms

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  2. There were two references from DK, Alexandre and PFW.

    I couldn't live up to it, cause Sasha she bailed, and before the idea was pitched at me, I thought of Sasha a friend. So not much damaging done.

    In Alice Sasha Kreus's post, she once wrote about a male prostitute. Then, she went out with the prostitute/pimp, and hell broke loose. It happened a few more times including cheaters. Even that, it should not negate what I had which were engagement and marriage.

  3. We were not grimacing, he was. He always sat on our left. He already is in your social network, they snuck him in. Sasha, Maria, and Paule. I don't care if you are running away with him, I'm explaining my stuff because it caused deaths and attempted murder in my family, all next-of-kins.

    You should listen to the people who were actually in a relationship (cover photo) and the only surivivor who was twice the fiancée, and once married. My ex (who was shot last year) and my late wife I'm talking about. The problem is quite obvious.

    In the other case, I wasn't talking about Dove. To put it mildly, Corgi. I don't mention Rain because I already let it go. Though she counter-offered recently.

  4. Today’s weather in Sydney was a sunny and brightly day.
    I have check the weather forecast which showed it will rain in afternoon so that I have gone home before 2:00 pm.

    Around 3 o’clock, i heard the thunder rumble and it started to bucket down with rain. it was windy and rainy, and also had some hail. after half hour, the rain stopped and sunny day again.

  5. It might seem like beating a dead horse, but it's true I dont like the one on my left (including Dove who contributed to the hurt, and might have me set up and sandwiched by rapist guys two years ago). I hate all triangular shaped flags, they were from the other cloud. (There is actually a person named Rain, but it doesn't matter.) I got proposed numerous times by my ex on small and massive scale (public all over the places). And I dont enjoy her ex boyfriend stirs up trouble for me with his girlfriends, and so far two deaths in my family. I watched a video yesterday and know it's inconsiderate and insensitive esp. when I seem to forget my wife a bit when it comes to my ex. In general, I dont want to address this issue because her ex-boyfriend is violent and comes with worshippers. 

    I have had other people addressing the same issue, hashed over and hashed, but in general, even if it came from my ex, they refuse to hear it. This bunch of people include Sasha, Doutzen Kroes, Mary, Bella Belle, Dove, Corgi, Evelyn Brochu (to address my wife side of the issue, a continuation to my ex's problem), Maria, Valery, Barrys, Halls, Marie-Paule, Wood 13, etc.

    At the moment, I am a bit more concerned with my wife (victim of violence) and my pretty friends refuse to hear me when there's rich handsome male supply.

    This is a video to respond the sour grapes, goners, and frenemies,

  6. Winter: warm , it is a warm day . It is raining . It will rain tomorrow. Winter: cold, bitter, chilly. To snow, it is snowing. It is freezing. Spring: cool, mild, fresh, bright etc. It is raining cats and dogs. Summer: it is a shine day. I am sweating a lot.

  7. Hi Lucy,many thanks to all your great lessons and they are all really helpful for my English skill both in writing and speaking and I do love the way you move at the end of your lessons
    Adrian here from Bali Indonesia and I have only two seasons here which are hot and wet seasons,hot season is really hot and winter time could cold just sometimes
    Cheers Adrian

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